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Doctor Who: The Web Planet

Doctor Who: The Web Planet

Released on 03 October 2005

Format: DVD | Rating: Universal Suitable for All

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'Somewhere, somehow we are being slowly dragged down....' When the Doctor and his friends stray from their astral plane and the TARDIS materialises in eerie alien surroundings, a mysterious force prevents them from leaving. Is it a natural phenomenon or some malevolent intelligence? Uncanny occurences are followed by encounters with the deadly Zarbi and their unknown leader, to whom the travellers fall prey. With their allies, the Menoptra, the travellers must discover how to immobilise the Zarbi, save the Menoptra from massacre and rid the planet of this powerful and horrifying evil. As a growing web building begins to envelop the planet, imprisoning the travellers in its mesh, the Doctor must consult all of his wisdom to escape its hypnotic power. But what is at the centre of the web and from where does it draw its power? Originally transmitted 13/02/65 - 20/03/65
  • Commentary by producer Verity Lambert, Director Richard Martin and stars William Russell and Martin Jarvis
  • 'Tales Of Isop' featurette, produced by Andrew Beech and edited by John Kelly
  • 'The Lair Of Zarbi Supremo': a reading by William Russell of a short story from the first Doctor Who annual
  • Complete first Doctor Who annual in PDF format
  • Alternate soundtrack in Spanish for episode 6
  • Production notes
  • Photo gallery
  • Interactive menus
  • Scene selection
actorWilliam Hartnell
certificateUniversal Suitable for All
directorRichard Martin
duration2 hours and 26 minutes
languagesEnglish
region2
year1965